Young People Wanted

16-25 year-olds wanted to tell their stories - a year on from disturbances that spread across UK

A year since the riots spread to the East Midlands, 16-25 year-olds from Nottingham are wanted to tell their stories as part of a project to bring young people together.

The idea's to get those from different areas of the city, or from different faiths, working with one another. 

One of those behind the project, youth worker Maxine Cockett, says it's not just about last summer's riots: 

"We want people to give us their stories - whatever they are - so we can create one big story through dance and drama. We hope it'll see young people learning how to work together and learn about different cultures."

 If you want to get involved, contact Maxine on 07734072256

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